Your mini doesn't slow down when the rain starts, so slip them into The North Face Zipline Rain Jacket to keep them dry. Made with a two-layer DryVent membrane, this jacket blocks moisture whether they're stomping through puddles in the front yard or hiking around the lake in drizzly weather on the family camping trip. A fixed hood provides extra protection when the clouds open up on the walk home from school, while the mesh lining offers cool comfort for chasing friends around the playground.
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